Least impressive UFC fighters with winning records in the UFC (3 fights minimum)

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  1. TeamTanner Red Belt

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    Here are my picks in order :


    1. Chris Camozzi (6-3)
    2. Marcus Brimage (3-1)
    3. Cyrille Diabate (4-3)
    4. Roland Delorme (3-1)
    5. Chico Camus (2-1)



    This isn't meant to discredit anyone but these are the guys who I see that don't seem to have a skill set or ability level that you would think would be worthy of producing more wins than losses in the UFC.


    Who else seems to be getting by with smoke and mirrors?
     
  2. Arkridge Senior Moderator Senior Moderator

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    Lucas Martins.
     
  3. Foolish Green Belt

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    Francis Carmont lately, though he was promising a while ago. Least convincing 6-0 record I've ever seen lol.
     
  4. PirateTetra Brown Belt

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    Looked like a beast in his last fight though. Dat weight cut
     
  5. Lojitsu White Belt

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    Forrest griffin
     
  6. Codpiece Not afraid to care

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    Brendan Schaub (6-3)
    George Sotiropulous (7-3)
    Glieson Tibau (can't be bothered counting, but he's won lots of low-mid tier fights, never anything huge)
     
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  8. Codpiece Not afraid to care

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    You know he beat Rampage and Shogun back when he was in good shape, right?
    Bad call.
     
  9. Lojitsu White Belt

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    Wasn't Impressed
     
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  11. UJustGotChaeld Steel Belt

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    This thread could go 50 pages and no one would post anything more foolish than this.
     
  12. Codpiece Not afraid to care

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    Good thing he got paid well to become UFC champ, since he failed in his objective to impress Lojitsu.
     
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    You suck
     
  14. UJustGotChaeld Steel Belt

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    Overeem.

    Did Jardine have a winning record? I loved Jardine but you just knew he was going to lose big fights.
     
  15. Nelly Red Belt

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    He's still a top 10 fighter though and when he finish Mir in the first round everyone is going to jump on his nuts again. I would say Lombard more than Overeem.

    Edit: Oh yeah, never mind. Winning records.....Danny Castillo then. He's the least alpha of the alpha males.
     
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  16. TeamTanner Red Belt

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    Overeem is 1-2 in the UFC so he wouldn't qualify.
     
  17. UJustGotChaeld Steel Belt

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    I thought Lombard, but needs a winning record in UFC (Overeem doesn't exactly have this, but SF and Pride are Zuffa so .....)
    Yes I took a bit of liberty with the "UFC" bit ... he fought in top orgs now owned by Zuffa. Close to UFC ....
     
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    Then your an idiot or a hater. Dude was a champ.
     
  19. sonhow Silver Coin

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    But you'd have to agree he could/should be 4-2. Costa fight got him in a possibly good position though even if Dana didn't like it.
     
  20. UJustGotChaeld Steel Belt

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    Possibly, but he just beat Costa. And did so convincingly. Whether you like the fight or not, that is impressive.
     

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